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Midwest Book Watch July 2020

Midwest Book Watch

Midwest Book Review July 2020 Reviewer’s Bookwatch – An inherently fascinating and thoroughly engaging read from first page to last, “Dreamworld: The Diary of an Unconscious Mind” is a unique, extraordinary, informative, ultimately inspiring, and unreservedly recommended addition to community and academic library Contemporary Dream Psychology collections and supplemental studies lists. It should be noted for students, academia, clinical psychologists, and non-specialist general readers with an interest in the subject that “Dreamworld: The Diary of an Unconscious Mind” is also readily available in a digital book format.


January Magazine

January Magazine May 2020

Dreamworld: The Diary of an Unconscious Mind is a creative take on dream study that chronicles the adventures of one subject over the course of four years. Everyone dreams. Everyone experiences nightly excitements or unwanted terrors. But few write them down, and many of those memories are lost. Dreamworld’s subject has instead developed a habit over the past ten years: a habit to explore each and every dream and to tell the world of her experiences. But there exists a common belief that dreams are interesting to only the dreamer affected. So why read someone else’s? Because these dreams, these mythical tales and horror stories, are lovingly crafted and wildly weird. They aren’t simply tales to be told and forgotten – they are absurdly fictional events that have taken place within the nonfictional space of an imaginative mind. They are witty, satirical, light-hearted, and at times dark, but they try not to take themselves too seriously. A dream is the simple outcome of a playful mind, after all.